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Nightmare on elm Street 3 Dream Warriors is no doubt the best installment to the Freddy Kruger franchise. The film has plot, decent 80s special effects, a nice cast that seem to act right, and the film makes up for the mistakes made in the previous elm street film. The best thing about Dream Warriors is that Original Nightmare star Heather Lanegkamp returns as the heroine. Plus popular cast members like Patricia Arquette, Laurence Fishburne, and John Saxon make the film much enjoyable to watch, and Wes Craven comes back to pen the script. Truthly, I think that the elm street series should have been laid to rest with closing story of this chapter, because the ending presents logical sense as to how Freddy Kruger is finally defeated in having him buried and seeing his spirit go out in a blaze of light. Chuck Russell; the director of The Mask and Eraser has managed to do a fair job in directing this nail-biting, scare fest thriller with fun written added all over it. When I went ahead and viewed the rest of the Elm Street films, I was absolutely disappointed at the kind of garbage that had thrown into to making such crappy sequels. Personally, I think the elm street series should be just remembered as a trilogy, so that we the audience can be sparred the misery in not having to watch up on the rest of the pointless sequels.
The movie critics, hated this one! Most of them rated it a bomb.
I'm still trying to figure out why. I thought it was the best in the
Nightmare series. A Little humor, great effects and of course, Freddy and a
new group of Elm Street Teens - This time the teenagers imagine they have powers when they go to sleep - One is a magician, one is a vixen..etc...
pretty cool. worth a look!
Nancy Thompson (Heather Langenkamp) from the original Nightmare on Elm Street returns in this series "Dream Warriors" as a dream researcher. She assists in helping the teens battle the bastard, Freddy Kreuger, in their dreams as they live in a strict psychiatric ward that has no understanding to the supernatural. Hypnocil, an experimental psych-actiive dream suppressant is thought of.
This is the third installment and the first elm movie to show freddy using creepy creative ways to murder people in the dreams where in one he just killed them and 2 there were really no dreams just possesion this is the only movie besides a new nightmare to feature Nancy Cahlahan in her orignal role
I love Freddy movies. When I'm watching one of his movies, it makes me remember how scared I was watching it for the first time as a child. I love movies that take you back in time like that.